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FULL CIRCLE BALL - FULLCIRCLEBALL

THE NEW RINGBALL

”WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND!”

A good social sport is the one that is both exciting to watch
as well as mentally and physically challenging for the players.
Fullcircleball is fun, intense, exciting, and a challenging team sport.
It pumps your pulse up as it keeps you on the run.

New Team Sport - Gameshow Television Format

Prime time , Access prime time

45 minutes to 1 hour

Or
90 minutes sports game

12 - 50 years old

Full Circle Ball, Fullcircleball, is a New Team Sport created by Derek Banner and Banner Universal Motion Pictures - BUMP

 

DESCRIPTION

  • In Fullcircleball (or circleball) players run / play in circle.

  • The goal post is composed of THREE RINGS of three different sizes called Goal Circles.

  • Goal Circle 1 is the largest and gives 1 point

  • Goal Circle 2 is medium size and gives 2 points

  • Goal Circle 3 is the smallest and gives 3 points.

  • The three Goal Circles are placed in the center of the field / court / Circle Field.

  • The FIELD, the COURT or The CIRCLE FIELD is a circle of approximately, or a bit smaller than, the size of a volleyball court.

  • The game is played by TWO TEAMS of 4 - 5 players each.

  • Each team is placed on each side of the goal post / the three Goal Circles.

  • The starting team has the ball and is known as the attacking team or the Offense Team.

  • The Offense team starts by taking the ball around to the opposite side of the Circle Field, to the defending team's side of the field, Defense Team, to attempt to score a goal by launching/throwing the ball into one of the three Goal Circles. (One can only score a goal while being in the opposite side of the Circle Field, on the defense side of the field.)

  • The  Offense Team has to run clockwise or against the clock around the Circle Field, past the three Goal Circles, to the defense team's side of the field

  • The defending team, Defense Team, has to stand in arch formation in the middle of the Circle Field, guarding the three goal circles and facing the Offense players to try to block their attempts to score a goal by throwing the ball into any of the three Goal Circles.

RULES

OTHER VERSIONS

FULLCIRCLEBALL as a Television game show program.
FULLCIRCLEBALL as a social sport or Family game
FULLCIRCLEBALL as a computer game, online game, mobile phone app, etc.

 

SAMPLE GAME TACTICS

CLOCKWISE and/or AGAINST THE CLOCK RUNNING COMBINATION – LEFT–RIGHT-RUN:

The 5 players on the offense team can organize their play using “clockwise - against the clock running tactic”, also called LEFT-RIGHT-RUN tactic; for instance 2 players run clockwise and 2 players run against the clock while taking the ball to the opponents' half of the Circle Field. The 5th player, called Center Player, stays at home to safeguard the Goal Circles in case his/her offense teammates suddenly lose the ball and the defense team launches a quick counter attack.

 

1 LEFT–4 RIGHT or 1 RIGHT–4 LEFT:

1 LEFT-4 RIGHT means that 1 player from the offense team quickly runs into the defense team's side using the left side of the circle field while his or her 4 other teammates all run through the right side. The one player running through the left side would pretend to be carrying the ball to confuse the defense players, while in reality the ball is in one of the other 4 players' hands.

1 RIGHT-4 LEFT means that 1 player from the offense team quickly runs into the defense team's side using the right side of the circle field while his or her other 4 teammates all run through the left side.

 

INNER ARCH OR OUTER ARCH DEFENSE FORMATION:

The 5 players on the defense team can organize their defense tactic by using a Inner Arch or a Outer Arch formation.

    • Fullcircleball is played with hands.

    • The basic rules are a mixture of to those in Handbal, Volleyball, and basketball.

    • The ball is similar to that used in Handball, Volleyball or even Basketball.

    • A player is not allowed to make more than one step while holding the ball in his or her hands. No walking or running with the ball in the hands.

    • The ball has to be passed to a teammate or bounced on the floor after one or two steps.

    • A player passes the ball by throwing or handing it to a teammate.

    • The ball can be passed or thrown across the Circle Field, though never under or above the three Goal Circles.

    • No physical tackling or holding, gripping, or grabbing an opponent by the body, arms, legs, etc.

    • Fouls are punished with a Free Throw of the ball or a Penalty Shot.

    • A Penalty Shot can be shot in either one of the three Goald circles.

    • As soon as the offense team loses the ball or scores a goal it is the defense team's turn to have the ball and start the game. It becomes the offense team.

    • The offense team which lost the ball or scored a goal becomes the defending team.

    • The team that loses the ball must immediately run back to its side of the Circle Field to guard the three Goal Circles and to try to stop the new offense team from scoring. “What goes around comes around”.

    • The game is supervised by one REFEREE and one LINE REFEREE.

    • FULLCIRCLEBALL can be played by both men and women, as well as by children over 5 years old.

    • HALF FIELD GAME: Circleball can be played using only one half of the Circle Field, it is called Half Field Game.

    • ADJUSTABLE Goal Circles: The three Goal Circles or the Goal post can be adjusted in three different height levels:

    • Highest level: 2 meters or a bit higher

    • Medium level: 1 meter or a bit higher

    • Bottom level: All the way down to the bottom, on the floor.

    • When the three Goal Circles are placed all the way down to the floor players can use their feet to score a goal. The game can then be played as a mixture of Handball, Soccer / Football, and Volleyball.

    • Or in alternatively, each of the three Goal Circles can be placed in a different height level from the others.

 

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